Green buildings are a popular step towards reducing carbon emissions, but what about the carbon associated with building materials?
California is in the midst of a historic drought and new water infrastructure is offered as the solution. But is it really?
Australia just ended one of the most sweeping approaches to regulating carbon in the world. Here are the implications.
BP’s Annual Statistical Review of World Energy provides an excellent snapshot of the state of the world’s energy production.
Discount rates have a huge impact on climate policy but how should policymakers choose the right one?
Policymakers depend on input from science but natural scientific disagreements can cloud policy-making.
Transitioning to renewable energy might be beneficial for the climate but how will it impact coal workers?
Doctors have a new tool at their disposal to fight chronic health problems: prescriptions to go outside.
Even FIFA acknowledges climate change exists and required the World Cup hosts to mitigate its impact.
The BBC has taken a step towards correcting the relationship between science, politics and the media.